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Week Thirty-Two Language Arts Warm Ups

Adjective, Adverb, and Noun Clauses

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1. What type of clauses are adjective, adverb and noun clauses - independent or subordinate?

Answer: subordinate.

2. What is the difference between adjective and adverb phrases & adjective and adverb clauses?

Answer: Adjective and adverb clauses have both a subject and a verb.

3. Identify the italicized clause as independent or subordinate. If subordinate, tell whether it is a noun, adjective or adverb clause.

Everyone who went to school remembers their favorite teacher.

Answer: subordinate, adjective

4. Identify the italicized clause as independent or subordinate. If subordinate, tell whether it is a noun, adjective or adverb clause.

I found a quarter and I bought a piece of gum.

Answer: independent

5.Identify the italicized clause as independent or subordinate. If subordinate, tell whether it is a noun, adjective or adverb clause.

Whoever needs to sleep should go to bed.

Answer: subordinate, noun

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